This guide provides information and background documents for LAUC-LA Committees to carry out their charges. For a committee’s charge and roster, click that committee tab and a drop-down menu will lead to the procedures and documents for each committee.
We're starting with a single LibGuide with a separate tab for each committee. We'll work with this approach & if it becomes too unwieldy, we'll consider other options--e.g., a separate LibGuide for each committee or sub-tabs for each committee. One issue is how many editors you can have for a single LibGuide.
For all committees:
Forms--form letters, other forms as pdfs or documents.
Link to LAUC-LA page with committee reports from previous year
Template for committee reports
Duties of the Chair
Communication with the Chair--protocols
Surveys & IRB--what committees need to know regarding surveys & IRB & certification, including steps-Leslie McMichael is LAO contact
For each committee--disable all comments; add wording to the effect that "If you have a comment or a question, email the Committee Chair."
For each standing committee--Committee Chairs: contact all committee members to touch base by September 30th, whether or not there's a specific charge beyond what appears in the Bylaws.
ACTION: Keri will
contact Charlotte Brown about archiving electronic materials, in addition to
ACTION: Miki will make
initial template for LibGuide as starting point
ACTION: Miki will
include information about how to use the LibGuide, how to add and subtract
Editors and other administrative tasks
ACTION: Esther will
create initial LibGuide for this Task Force
ACTION: Keri will
email Kris Kasianovitz or Scott Martin to get accounts for herself, Ruby and
ACTION: Each of us will contact our committee assignments to collect copies of any documents that relate to procedures, & any emails that cover procedures that they think should be incorporated into procedures manual--with names stripped out. We're interested in the process and procedures, not names, but functions & positions--e.g., related to Chair of LAUC-LA or Academic Senate, or LAUC-LA webmaster, etc.
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